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Pan African Film Festival de Los Angeles – PAFF 2014
22ème édition.

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Le meilleur des cinémas issus d’Afrique et de sa Diaspora, aux USA et dans le monde entier.

Le PAFF est le plus grand festival de Cinéma africain américain aux Etats-Unis dédié à la projections de films du Monde Noir.

The best of films from people of African descent in the US & around the world.

PAFF is the largest African American film festival in the United States dedicated to the exhibition of Black films. Each year PAFF exhibits more than 150 films made in the U.S., Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Latin America and Canada. In 2013, around 35,000 people from both the Industry and the public attended PAFF.

2014 Films
The Pan African Film Festival thanks all the filmmakers for their submissions. Below is the list of film selections for 2014. All short and feature films that will screen at PAFF this year are listed together below in alphabetical order. Web series & Pilots are listed on the New Media fest page.
Films with an asterisk(*) contain adult content.

…and a bag of chip…
A Different Tree
A Lovely Day
A Man Called God
About Last Night
Adamt
American Beatboxer
American Promise
And Then There Was Y…
And Then…*
Anita: Speaking Trut…
Audre Lorde: The Ber…
Auntie
Azú*
B for Boy
Bahamian Son
Bash, The
Between Friends (Ith…
Bicycle, The
Big Men
Black Che, the First…
Black Coffee
Black and Cuba
Blackbird
Blood Tokoloshe
Blue Caprice
Boarder, The
Bounty
Brothers Hypnotic
Bug
Bully, The
Burning Down
Burnt Forest
Cakes Da Killa: No H…
Chicken Soup*
Children’s Republic,…
Choices
Clean Hands
Confusion Na Wa
Crossing The Line
Cuba: An African Ody…
Culture Over Everyth…
Curators Volume 1, T…
Daddy and Me
Dance Up From the St…
Dancing Like Home
Danger Word
Daughter of Fortune
Daughters of the Nig…
Death of a Wizard
Desi Holiday
Diaries of an Immigr…
Dream: Martin Luther…
Erroll Garner: No On…
Felix
Finding Samuel Lowe:…
Finding the Funk
For the Cause
Forgotten Kingdom, T…
Four of Hearts*
Freedom Road
Freedom Summer
From Above (formerly…
Funkquaria Rising
Girl With Big Eyes
Go for Sisters
God Loves Uganda
Goodnight My Love
Great Kilapy, The
Grigris
Haleema
Hawa
Heaven*
Hitting the Waves
Horizon Beautiful
I Am a Man: Black Ma…
Imma Hustle Girl « Th…
In Between Life
In Our Heads About O…
In Search of the Bla…
In the Meantime
Inner City Champions
Jaimeo Brown’s Trans…
Kadjike
Kampala Story, The
KanyeKanye (The Line…
Khumba
Kingston Paradise
Kwaku Ananse
La Playa D.C.
Last Song Before the…
Learning How to Read…
Lessons of Hayti, Th…
Let the Fire Burn
Lives of LaMott Atki…
Living & Loving …
Living Funeral
Longing
Lost & Found in …
Love Thy Neighbor
Lunch with Jeremiah
Magic City, The
Manifesto
Meeting, The
Melvin & Jean: A…
Mountains Will Move
Mr. Pullum’s Class
My American Fund
My Zaphira (Moi Zaph…
Nehemiah
New Black, The
Nigga… Nigga… NI…
Ninah’s Dowry
No Child Left Depriv…
North Star, The
Of Good Report
One Night in Vegas
Painted Lady
Papilio Buddha
Parts of Disease (Di…
Passage
Perfect Day
Pieces of Lives, Pie…
Price of Memory, The
Promise, The
Raltat
Red
Reflections Unheard:…
Render to Caesar
Retrieval, The
Sable Fable
Saya: Dance and Surv…
Scrapper
Second Burial: Survi…
Security
Sketch
Skin, The
Small Small Thing
Something Necessary
Son Shine
Sons of Africa
Sparkle
Speed Dial
Stand
Stone Cars
Successor of Katunga…
Suspect, The
Tango Negro, The Afr…
Thank You Card
The African Cypher
They Are We
Thorn of the Rose, T…
Through a Lens Darkl…
Thula
Til Infinity: The So…
Titus
Toussaint Louverture
Trace, The
Tula the Revolt
Twaaga
Two Stories of Adama…
Umunthu: An African …
Undefiled
Undercover
Unspoken
Urban Rhythm
Victim of Circumstan…
Village of Peace, Th…
Voicemail
Volunteer, The
Water Gives, Water T…
We Won’t Bow Down
Where Ya At
Women West Indies Di…
Yellow Fever
Zarafa
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Location: Rave Cinemas 15 Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza

Excecutive Director of the Pan African Film Festival : Mr Ayuko Babu

Established in 1992, The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion of cultural and racial tolerance and understanding through the exhibition of film, art and creative expression.